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How can we come together to tackle big challenges in science and society? Eric Lander talks to Axios Today's Niala Boodh...
11/23/2020
What Will It Take?

How can we come together to tackle big challenges in science and society? Eric Lander talks to Axios Today's Niala Boodhoo about the importance of trust, humility, and skepticism in the worlds of science and media. Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-what-will-it-take?sid=fb

How can we come together to tackle big challenges in science and society? Dr. Eric Lander and Niala Boodhoo, veteran journalist and Axios Today host, talk about the importance of trust, humility, and skepticism in the worlds of science and media. Together, they ask how we can find the common ground

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11/21/2020

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Rick Rubin caught up with Mike Campbell on Broken Record for the first time since Tom Petty's passing to talk “Wildflowe...
11/19/2020

Rick Rubin caught up with Mike Campbell on Broken Record for the first time since Tom Petty's passing to talk “Wildflowers” and his new album “Wreckless Abandon.” Plus, Mike reveals the story of how he wrote the riff for “Runnin' Down a Dream.”

We just dropped a bonus Into the Zone, an episode of Slate.com's Hi-Phi Nation. Host Barry Lam connects philosophy with ...
11/19/2020
‎Into the Zone: Into the Zone Presents: Hi-Phi Nation on Apple Podcasts

We just dropped a bonus Into the Zone, an episode of Slate.com's Hi-Phi Nation. Host Barry Lam connects philosophy with art, music, science, and some of the stranger practices of human societies. On this episode: A dead chocolate mogul and the richest orphanage in the world.

‎Show Into the Zone, Ep Into the Zone Presents: Hi-Phi Nation - Nov 18, 2020

Today on Deep Background, Noah R. Feldman is joined by Dr. Paul Offit , a member of the FDA vaccine advisory panel and c...
11/18/2020
What We Know about the COVID-19 Vaccines

Today on Deep Background, Noah R. Feldman is joined by Dr. Paul Offit , a member of the FDA vaccine advisory panel and co-inventor of the rotavirus vaccine, to discuss how the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines work and how they could be distributed.

Dr. Paul Offit, a professor of vaccinology at the University of Pennsylvania and member of the F.D.A.’s vaccine advisory panel, discusses how the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines work and how they could be distributed.

Thanks to Mike Dickey, the awkward and disjointed process of making music over the internet is a Solvable problem with t...
11/18/2020
Remote Music Collabroation Online (in real time) is Solvable

Thanks to Mike Dickey, the awkward and disjointed process of making music over the internet is a Solvable problem with tools like JackTrip and Virtual Studio.

Moreover, Malcolm Gladwell is already imagining how this could fix the virtual NBA fan experience.

Mike Dickey is co-founder and chairman of the JackTrip Foundation and the creator of Virtual Studio. The awkward and disjointed experience of making music over the internet is a solvable problem. Virtual Studio is a device that works with the open source software application JackTrip to enable

11/16/2020

What's been the single best podcast episode of 2020 thus far? 🎙️⬇️

11/13/2020
Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell

Attention #RevisionistHistory fans! I’m doing a bonus episode where I’m going to answer listener questions (plus a lot of other cool stuff). AMA! Either here or text me at: 917-423-6439.

Of all the possible uses of gene drives, none is more compelling than the idea of controlling the spread of malaria. And...
11/13/2020

Of all the possible uses of gene drives, none is more compelling than the idea of controlling the spread of malaria. And as Dr. Abdoulaye Diabaté tells Eric Lander, his home country of Burkina Faso is in need of a solution like this. Hear more: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-gene-drives?sid=fb

In a bonus episode of Deep Background, Noah R. Feldman takes a quick break from the current election to talk to Tali Far...
11/12/2020
Becoming a District Attorney

In a bonus episode of Deep Background, Noah R. Feldman takes a quick break from the current election to talk to Tali Farhadian Weinstein, who is running for Manhattan DA—a race which will be decided in June. They speak about why she’s running for office, and why she started her podcast HEARING.

Tali Farhadian Weinstein, the host of the Pushkin podcast “Hearing” and a candidate to become the next District Attorney of Manhattan, discusses how she thinks local prosecution can be reformed from within.

Dr. Lutfi Lokman believes providing culturally competent and financially sustainable healthcare in diverse communities i...
11/11/2020

Dr. Lutfi Lokman believes providing culturally competent and financially sustainable healthcare in diverse communities is Solvable. How? Cross-subsidization.

The idea, he tells Jacob Weisberg, came to him after he suffered a serious injury as a medical student: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/solvable-lutfi-lokman?sid=fb

On a new episode of Broken Record, Lenny Kravitz recalls how Johnny Cash comforted him after he learned devastating news...
11/10/2020

On a new episode of Broken Record, Lenny Kravitz recalls how Johnny Cash comforted him after he learned devastating news while at Rick Rubin 's house — and he performs an acoustic version of the song inspired by that powerful moment. Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/broken-record-lenny-kravitz?sid=fb

Will President Donald J. Trump concede? Just before the election, Noah R. Feldman asked Adam Przeworski, one of the worl...
11/10/2020
Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Will President Donald J. Trump concede? Just before the election, Noah R. Feldman asked Adam Przeworski, one of the world’s foremost scholars on democratic transitions, to explain his worries about a peaceful transfer of power.

Every story has a backstory, even in today's 24-hour news cycle. In Deep Background, Harvard Law School professor and Bloomberg View columnist Noah Feldman will bring together a cross-section of expert guests to explore the historical, scientific, legal, and cultural context that help us understand

A technology called Gene Drives has the power to spread any genetic instructions you wish across an entire animal or pla...
11/09/2020

A technology called Gene Drives has the power to spread any genetic instructions you wish across an entire animal or plant species in the wild. Altering nature might save species or prevent disease. But could it have unintended consequences? Find out now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-gene-drives?sid=fb

“The ultimate goal is not that we will have everything we desire, the goal is that we will have fairness. And that's my ...
11/06/2020

“The ultimate goal is not that we will have everything we desire, the goal is that we will have fairness. And that's my core belief.” Stacey Abrams to Noah R. Feldman on Deep Background (Feb. 2020)

Elections can make us feel anxious, angry, and mistrustful — emotions that are all detrimental to our happiness. Dr. Lau...
11/06/2020
A Happier Election (with Axios Today)

Elections can make us feel anxious, angry, and mistrustful — emotions that are all detrimental to our happiness. Dr. Laurie Santos spoke to Axios Today's Niala Boodhoo about the simple steps we can take to increase our well-being during this time.

Simple steps we can take to increase our wellbeing during stressful and uncertain times.

11/05/2020

“I find that the hyphenated identities for people of color just makes the assumption that plain American is white. And I just challenge that assumption.”

This week on HEARING, Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, the Senior Rabbi of Manhattan's Central Synagogue joins Tali Farhadian Weinstein for a conversation about the points of intersection around faith, personal identity, and the fight for racial justice in all communities: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/hearing-angela-buchdahl?sid=fb

Deep Background's Noah R. Feldman returns to Axios Today with for Thursday's One Big Thing: Donald J. Trump's election l...
11/05/2020
Axios Today: President Trump's Election Lawsuits

Deep Background's Noah R. Feldman returns to Axios Today with for Thursday's One Big Thing: Donald J. Trump's election lawsuit strategy.

Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes.

Tali Farhadian Weinstein
11/05/2020

Tali Farhadian Weinstein

In this time of great uncertainty and in the midst of a vital and long overdue national reckoning on race, Central Synagogue Rabbi Angela Buchdahl joined me on HEARING. We discussed identity, and the calls for justice that we find in our faith. Listen here:
http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/hearing-angela-buchdahl?sid=tfw

Noah R. Feldman spoke with Niala Boodhoo on Axios Today about how litigation over Pennsylvania's vote could decide the e...
11/03/2020

Noah R. Feldman spoke with Niala Boodhoo on Axios Today about how litigation over Pennsylvania's vote could decide the election and the differences between what Donald J. Trump can say and what he can do. Listen now: https://link.chtbl.com/election-day?sid=fb

A.I. is making possible predictive algorithms that translate languages and spot diseases. But these systems are also bei...
11/02/2020

A.I. is making possible predictive algorithms that translate languages and spot diseases. But these systems are also being used to make decisions about hiring and criminal sentencing. Is it possible to create an algorithm that is fair for everyone? Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-algorithms?sid=fb

So, what will a Supreme Court with Justice Amy Coney Barrett look like? In the finale of Deep Bench, Noah R. Feldman exa...
11/01/2020
Deep Bench: The Coming War

So, what will a Supreme Court with Justice Amy Coney Barrett look like? In the finale of Deep Bench, Noah R. Feldman examines the court's surprising summer for clues about future decisions and emerging rifts within the Federalist Society — listen now.

How this summer the Supreme Court's rulings revealed ideological rifts within the Federalist Society, rifts that could be large enough to eventually cause the organization to break apart.

In stock trading today, many decisions are highly automated. It sometimes leads to flash crashes. If militaries rely on ...
10/30/2020

In stock trading today, many decisions are highly automated. It sometimes leads to flash crashes. If militaries rely on autonomous robots, can the same thing happen in war? Paul Scharre discusses the risks: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-robots?sid=bnp.fb

This week on Solvable, we're revisiting an especially relevant episode from 2019 in which Anne Applebaum speaks with Fla...
10/29/2020

This week on Solvable, we're revisiting an especially relevant episode from 2019 in which Anne Applebaum speaks with Flavia Kleiner about her strategies for how patriotic liberalism can win against xenophobic populists. Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/solvable-flavia-kleiner?sid=fb

As former fighter pilot Missy Cummings tells Eric Lander, lethal autonomous weapons can prevent deadly human mistakes in...
10/28/2020

As former fighter pilot Missy Cummings tells Eric Lander, lethal autonomous weapons can prevent deadly human mistakes in combat. But, what happens when we give computers power over life and death decisions? Listen now: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/bnp-robots?sid=bnp.fb

Hari Kunzru
10/28/2020

Hari Kunzru

Tomorrow I’m doing a Reddit AMA. What could possibly go wrong?

Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict
10/28/2020

Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict

Today, we witness a striking indifference to and obfuscation of truth. In parts of government, the media, and other key sectors of culture, the imperative to seek and tell truth is often ignored, even viewed with contempt.

But was this always the case? How did we come to find ourselves in this "post-truth" moment?

Join us for a conversation with Jill Lepore as she delineates key moments in American history that shape our understandings of truth today.

📆 Wed, OCT 28
🕒 3pm MST
📡 Online, via Zoom

RSVP here: ➡️ https://asu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uxf9tfAQTOesyWhM-4WAlA

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Co-founded by Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, Pushkin Industries is spreading the joy of podcasting, one episode at a time. Pushkin makes a number of shows, including Against The Rules, a podcast hosted by journalist and bestselling author Michael Lewis, who takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness—in financial markets, newsrooms, basketball games, courts of law, and more. And he asks what’s happening to a world where everyone loves to hate the referee. Pushkin also produces Broken Record, from Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, and Bruce Headlam, a show where musicians you love talk about their life, inspiration, and craft. We also feature Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @PushkinPods and learn more about us at www.pushkin.fm

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I really enjoyed listening to Malcolm Gladwell today on CBC Radio One Canada. Never heard about Malcolm Gladwell but understood everything he said about how journalism is today how mistakes can occur and difficult to explain but I think like him and is why I understand him. And learned how to think even better now about issues from multiple angles and I liked when he mentioned in big business is best not to see the person your going to do business with but only vocally. interwsting. you don't want to fall in love with person so you don't need see his smile which could be decieving just the voice. Ill remember that one. Ill check in here now and then when I find some spare time to come and have a look now and then. Never seen this website so Ill check it out. 😊
Happy birthday Mr. Gladwell!
What do you have on Visualization?
Thank you all for helping me convince my husband that his happiness skills could use brushing up. It's easing tension in our marriage during a really difficult time, and Dr. Santos is providing an unknowable public service, as are all of you bringing the podcast to us. Thank you _so much_.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2626822567600353&id=100008179056950 A little video clip I put together for the world in this crucial time and God bless you all and your families.
What happened to Making a Killing? It seems to have been "disappeared"
Has Making a Killing been pulled from Luminary? I cannot find it
After having listened to most of the material of 4 seasons of Revisionist History I wondered why there are hardly any female protagonists. I see this as a major flaw in the podcast which increasingly started to annoy me. It feels as if Malcolm Gladwell would not have found stories concerning women worth revising. He must be joking, right?
Hello Happiness Lab, I have discovered your podcast due to my love of the work of Mr. Gladwell. I have a story/subject that you might be interested in. I am a non-smoker that was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer on September 19, 2019. I have lived a healthy, very active life. Now at 61 years old, the path of my life has changed forever. I am treatable and not curable, so my doctors say. After the first few days of shock simmered down, I got into action to tackle this beast head on. A peek at stand.twohundred.com will give you a sense of how I am approaching my diagnosis. I’m sure that I am not alone in how I am choosing to live with the unwelcome guest that has taken up residence in my body. This topic might be of great interest.
Are you aware of the most scandalous book in Russian literature - "Secret Journal 1836-1837" by A. S. Pushkin. This literary masterpiece is published in 25 countries, staged in Paris etc. see: mipco.com/win/pushLP.html The famous Russian poet and writer Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), fatally wounded in a duel by his brother-in-law and rival, left a secret, ciphered journal, which was discovered and smuggled out of the USSR in 1976 by the Russian author Mikhail Armalinsky. There has been a lot of speculation and mystery surrounding this journal. According to legend, Pushkin's will stipulated that the journal not be published until 100 years after his death. Some people claimed that the Journal never existed at all. The Journal does exist and consists of explicit confessions about intimate relationships that Pushkin had with his wife, her two sisters, and other women, which brought him to his tragic end. These astonishing events and reflections reveal unknown details of Pushkin's life - the life of a nineteenth century Russian Don Juan. Read it and you will be in pleasant shock.
Hi! Just trying to download the 'Talking to Strangers' audiobook and I'm not having much luck. Is it because Australia has a different release date? Thank you!